École Glenbrook Middle School

École Glenbrook Middle School offers programs in English and French to over 680 students. Home to the district’s Late and Early French Immersion programs, students from across New Westminster attend the school. A wide range of extracurricular opportunities is offered to students including clubs, performing arts, and sports teams. These enrich students’ education experiences and strengthen their connections to each other and their school.

 

Events & Announcements

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June 15, 2020

Looking Ahead: The 2020/2021 School Year & A Glenbrook F.A.Q.

We know that many of you may have questions about what school will look like when we resume again in September 2020..... more

June 1, 2020

Glenbrook In-Class Attendance Schedule by Homeroom

Please see the following schedule for which homeroom classes will be attending school on which two specific days... more

April 27, 2020

Update: Interim Registration Procedure for 2020/20201 School Year during COVID-19

As our school district continues to adapt to the social distancing measures necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, please note that registrations for all New Westminster schools will be now processed by appointment at the SD40 board office in the interim... more

News & Features

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June 24, 2020

Access Report Cards Online

The MyEdBC Family Portal is the primary, best and easiest way to access your report cards... more

June 23, 2020

2019/2020 Glenbrook Yearbook: Delivery Delayed

Due to the COVID-19 situation, our Yearbook delivery date has been pushed to the summer, most likely in August. Grades 6/7 who purchased a Yearbook will be able to receive it during their first week of school. Current grade 8 students will be able to receive it at NWSS in September... more

June 17, 2020

Online Mental Health & Wellness Resources for Youth

Our school counselor Mrs. Sasakura has been compiling a handy list of mental health & wellness resources that students can access online or by phone. These resources are either self-help tools that they can use on their own or with a trusted family member, or ways to reach out to qualified people and programs for additional support... more